Apple tends not to change a good thing too much. But there are rumblings that the iPhone 6s’ camera could be bumped up to 12 megapixels.
Chinese securities analyst Ming-Chi Kuo has a few ideas for what Apple may have in store. His predictions tend to carry more weight than most because he’s often been right.
Ming-Chi Kuo said, as others have done, that the iPhone 6s will utilise Force Touch technology. This is currently being used in the Apple Watch and New MacBook, allowing those devices to sense how hard you are pressing on the display.
Alongside the camera improvement, he says that the upgraded A9 processor will get 2GB of RAM to work with. That’s double the amount found in the iPhone 6.
He believes that the casing materials will be improved and that there will be a new rose gold colour to choose from. Apple will not reduce the size of the upcoming iPhone; it will stick with 4.7-inch and 5.5-inch variants.
That’s all for now; until the next analyst takes a guess at what Apple has in store, at least.